Common monomer in chain-growth polymerisation; an important constituent of ABS rubber. Here is a picture:
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- a gaseous hydrocarbon C4H6
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a gaseous hydrocarbon C4H6; used in making synthetic rubbers
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either of two aliphatic organic compounds that have the formula C4H6. The term ordinarily signifies the more important of the two, 1,3-butadiene, ... [4 related articles]
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A gas which is chemically combined with styrene to create a resin used in latex binders, styrene-butadiene.
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Also known as 1,3 butadiene (CH2
), a gaseous hydrocarbon made by dehydrogenation of butane and butene. Butadiene, an alkene, is mostly polymerized with styrene to make synthetic rubber. Melting point -109°C, boiling point -4°C. See also ...
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butadiene (byOOt"udī'ēn) , colorless, gaseous hydrocarbon. There are two structural isomers of butadiene; they differ in the location of the two carbon-carbon double bonds in the butadiene molecule. One (1,2-butadiene) has the formula CH2:C:CHCH3. The other (1,3-butadiene), often...
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